SuperMash Lets You Blend Together Games

Published: December 10, 2019 1:34 PM /


SuperMash JRPG battle

Have you ever thought, "What would a first-person shooter fighting game look like?" Well, that is an insane question that no one can try, but you can give it a shake in SuperMash anyway.

To put it simply, SuperMash is a game that was revealed during Nintendo's Indie World stream that has a pretty straightforward premise. First, you pick a genre like a JRPG. Then, you throw in a second genre like a Platformer. Push a button, and you'll now be able to play a JRPG platformer.

Check out the game's Announcement Trailer to see some of the craziness in action:

As you can say, there are quite a few possible combinations that can come up with some crazy stuff. Even better, you can take your mashes and share them online using a unique code kind of like Super Mario Maker.

It's a pretty wild concept, and you'll be able to see it for yourself when it comes to the Nintendo Switch in May 2020. That's not the only place this game is available, though.

SuperMash Saved Mashes

Get SuperMash on the Epic Games Store right now

If the Nintendo Switch isn't your kind of thing, worry not — SuperMash is also available on the Epic Games Store. And if you're wondering: no, there's no Steam Store page just yet, so we can't say for sure if it's coming to that platform. (There isn't a Nintendo eShop page yet either, so make of that what you will.

You can grab SuperMash right now on the Epic Games Store at the price of $24.99 or your regional equivalent. Otherwise, you can grab it on the Nintendo Switch in May 2020, presumably at the same price.

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